The Peugeot Bébé or Baby was a little auto nameplate from Peugeot produced using 1905 to 1916. Vehicles under this name were referred to in fact inside Peugeot as the Type 69 and the Type BP1.
The Type BP1 Bébé was a configuration by Ettore Bugatti, at first for the German auto firm Wanderer, then likewise manufactured under permit by Peugeot for the French market. Peugeot showed it under their marque at the Paris Motor Show in 1912. Generation started in 1913 after suspension of the Type 69. Vagabond manufactured their auto with Bugatti’s own particular 4-speed transmission, however so as to hold generation costs down for the French form, Peugeot fitted a 2-speed gearbox at first, which was then supplanted by their own particular 3-speed. The motor was additionally Peugeot’s own, a modest straight-4 that delivered 10 drive (7.5 kW) at 2000 rpm, which gave the little auto a top rate of 60 kilometers for every hour (37 mph). Weight was again beneath 350 kilograms (770 lb), however the track was sufficiently wide for two to sit side by side. Bébé scored some dashing accomplishment among little auto classes, prominently at Mont Ventoux in 1913, where it won in its class.
This model kept running until 1916. Publicizing advanced its qualities as an economy item, in one case highlighting the correlation with more routine transport on account of a country specialist, expecting to cover roughly 40 kilometers (25 miles) every day, for whom a Bébé would supplant a group of two steeds, while costing close to one of them.
With an aggregate of 3,095 delivered, and regardless of the desperate monetary conditions made by the war, the Bugatti planned Bébé was the first generation Peugeot to rupture the 3,000 un
Peugeot Bébé 1913 Design Interior Exterior